Consultation outcome

Knowledge and skills statement for achieving permanence

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Detail of outcome

Summary of the responses we received, along with the government’s response outlining the next steps.

Read the knowledge and skills statement for child and family social workers involved in permanence planning.

Original consultation

Summary

We'd like views on the content of our knowledge and skills statement for child and family social workers involved in permanence planning.

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Consultation description

This statement is aimed at child and family social workers. It sets out what they need to know in order to make long-term plans for children who are looked after or may become looked after.

Permanence means making a plan for a child which lasts throughout their childhood.

Published 4 July 2016
Last updated 18 November 2016 + show all updates
  1. Added the government response and a link to a knowledge and skills statement about permanence arrangements for children.
  2. Updated description of consultation to make its aim clearer.
  3. First published.